Charlestown的邦克山纪念碑，可惜爬不动。回去要再看一遍大本的《The Town》 ???On the Top of Monument as American Spirit
A monument built to commemorate the fighting in Bunker Hill during the War of Independence. Bunker Hill is a highland near the harbour. In June 1775, the American militia and the British army fought here, and the North American militia was defeated by the well-trained British army. Monuments and memorials were built for this purpose. Inside the monument, you can walk up the spiral stairs to the top, 294 steps, and the people who walk up are tired enough. There are windows at the top to overlook the city and the harbour. It's kind of like a gunhouse. You can also look down through the circular fence at the top of the ground, like a wellhead, but don't look down for fear of heights. There are statues in the memorial hall to commemorate the heroes who fought against the heroes in the war.
Bunker Hill Monument, located on a hill in Charlestown, commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775. It was the first major armed conflict between the British Army and colonial militias, with heavy casualties on both sides. It was one of the most famous battles in the War of Independence. The monument began construction in 1827 and was built for visitors in 1843. It is one of the earliest monuments in the United States. It is 67 meters high. It has a magnificent view and a small museum beside the monument. It is very good.
Boston's last stop on the road to freedom, but we're at the first stop. The reason is simple, because it takes 294 steps to climb the monument. The road to freedom takes a day to stop, even a day is not enough. If we use this as a terminal, we will probably not be able to climb up after arrival. From the subway station, you can see the towering monument in the distance. Because it snowed that day and the sky was very bad, it was surrounded by a gloomy sky. In front of the monument is the statue of William Prescott, commander of the Bunker Hill campaign. Inside the monument, there is a small exhibition hall for information about the campaign. Under the direction of the enthusiastic staff, we began to muster up courage to climb the heights. Forget that every 10 or 20 steps, there will be numbers to remind you how high you have climbed. Anyway, by the time we finish climbing 294 steps, we will have almost finished, and our breathing is thicker than that of dogs. Boston panoramas can be viewed from different angles through several small windows at the top. But still, the weather was bad, so the view was not terrible.
Bunker Hill Monument is one of the earliest monuments in the United States. It can climb the top, but it climbs stairs. There is no elevator. Some people take physical examination. After going up, they can have a bird's eye view of the city. They can get free tickets to the top, across the street.
This is a mountain with a monument on it, but it is a famous mountain. There is a famous battle here. It feels worthwhile to walk here from Central Boston. There's a lot of history, a good landmark, and a lot of information boards around it. I didn't climb the monument because I couldn't face 294 steps.
The Bunker Hill Monument is a famous monument and statue in Boston. The children will like it very much. It's worth visiting. The scenery is so beautiful and the view is very good. It's impossible to get a clear understanding of the battle from that land. Nevertheless, the monument is very interesting.
The end of the road of freedom, walking down the road of freedom, came to this kind of night, serious and solemn, deeply feel the heavy history.